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THE P ULPIT.
'N ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON BY,
.THE REV. W. J. THOMFSON.
Subject: Warp and Woof.
Brooklyn, N. Y-Sinlay Simpson M.
.3'. Church eclelrated its sixty-Irs,t an
iversary. The subject of l'aistor W.
Thomps~on's miorning serinon was
"Faith and Love in thie Warp, Pastors
aid Members in the WA 6of." The text
was from I. Thessalonians 1:3. Mr.
Trhe' watrp consists of the threads
running lengthwise through the entire
:abrie. The woof eonsists of the
threads crosswise, and pronipted by
the weaver's fancy. may var.!y with
I ach shot of the shuttle.
The warp of Simpson Church is that
iv'hich through these sixty-one years
fins reiaincd unchanged and is un
,hanigeable. The wool', comprising
pastors and members, by Inexorable
tecessity and purposeful design
Ihnges and evermore must change.
Faith is a prominent thread In the
Varp. Conscious of our spiritual
rowth we rea!h out after God If
appily we may fuid and be aided by
iu. God is not found out by search
ig. Tho futility of the que'st adds
Nelcomle to .Tesus' who reveals the
ought-for God as the Father. We
old forth Jesus the authoritative re
ealer of God and our relation to Him
.s the light of the world.
Absorbed in Ilis talks and walks,
ve are caught up inl Ills life, and by
hat life conformed to his likeness.
'hus Jesus saves men by Ilis life.
slso by His death. The obstructions
) the tunnel-boring under Manhattan
ad the rivers, overcome by the engi
cers' sacriftice. ieasure their devotion
their Ideal-rapid transit.
Christ's sacrillee of His life revealed
[is Complete love for His ideal, the
:livation of mn1an, ani innakes that Sal
ation complete. We preach Christ
Ild Iim crueilled as the all-sllicient
aviour* of mIlen who receive Ilinm.
'hiloJohliers reason illen into disciple
hip. Without violence to reason, aind
avoking It on!y so far as it is a part
1 con.sience. we commnand men every
here to repent aint believe. Itepeit
y consing to do evil; believe by the
vwsful appropriation of the Clrist
fi and death. Our forerunners in
:0 are John tle 1haptist. Ieter and
aing i evangels on to Wiiitfielid and
140.0ty. Ourll .ilnstificntion is the wvit
sof sins forgiven, ait lives bring
oth the frius of right-ousness.
1ear is in the warp. It is ours by
1'ertous heredtitary lenaey, and com
:j -es things. heasts. Inin and devils.
hnfear is uppernst it dwarfs.
hither moral nor religious gints are
e prodnet of fear. Whatu pygmie11s
cr1ri1ent, Itear oL di1saster, mas.
itimidation froil eelipses and comets
-i''ne slowvs to be hnsvelss. 'lhe fean
he-asus. whichi v:.ises beftore the
wens of tihe hunter. Fear of physi
! mani deiariing with war. Fe:ar to
ak one's Cnvic ons and advovatilg
nsu1res he disbelieves, thts counlit
for less thani1 no otling, and deserv
ex itriatioli from a demc'oiirnev
. are all unwholesome feari. 'he
u-rlnished 11hv hetier.
..loral fear. Wordsworth cal I Is ( utiy
p"ii I )r aughtxr of tlie Voice
n ii." .h is a task mnistiess over u1s.
." S11prior therefore we fear. IHer
a.nanads, like a chrysialis, inetalor
:o's 111to the plea sturs of daiy. Foal'
Ihe t 'drives tile criminal to out
rd legai Itq. 'lit best 'itizens are
wed witlout fear. Williami Lloyd
irrison, the great moral chamnpioni.
e cen tenan il of wh ose birthI this day
,when tiragged! through the streeis
B~Ost~im by a miob. Said "his soul was
'vtjid oif fear."
Feagr is thei beginning and niot the
:d of morality. Godly feair. P'etro
us al'guidln uearndnt' thle g'ods. So lle
' lins have 'heir dlevilIs. We have
rs who goethI abhout as: a devon ria:i
)n. 'lble Ol a id! :tw 'rest a illlits
11 many b)e nieedfuhl fori the b egininligs
7 .ad sauat a ry wyithI c: e.a in t emperai
emits, but feair Is only3 the beginnuin:.:
Thlie ahightin ess of JehiovahI imakes
a treinble. Buit lie draitws near to us
I lie fl eshi aS we betome onie ith
im. Is ipower Is for us. Fear from
ic least to the King of' Terrors is
hoilzhed. All liower is fo"' our good
lid we enn no longer feair. Fear gives
Iaee to loive anid sinks to t..e neher
de of thie warp ini remiembilra nc of
4 tie judgnients of the lawigiver. 'Thie
.'r''ors ofC the law are r'elilht by tihe
race oif the goispel. Fear is the bne
uninug of wvisdom., its emd is love.
ni our necessti ttd hleIiissness ini ini
ur: fa thers. Th'a t deph('endece met.
Wroughit foth l as fte 1'hretuotst fil ial
ecIl ing, lov e. Ai I mcn have thiis tui
elaige, andit to thlenm Jesus revtealIs God
is theC Faither' wholt (excetl the mtost de'
oted father ini giving good ftings.
Th'Ie dievotee' of manny gods may lie
anber untiilihe is intloxleante'd at the
tea st of ionysi us an bit ri' igh teouis
t hroughiout atll. Tho thle samelt det'Ot'
wisdiomi is a virtue if lie is a states-.
mani andt (tourage if' he is a. soldier.
Thiiere arev difflerenit virtues for ~ diferent
veaItled 1)1i'ty as onie G od an :d Father-.
thecrefore virtue is oine atid love is
the fulfillinug of all virtue. To off'entd
In one point of love is to be guilty of
aill. because right etousness is a uniit.
4 The a tknowled('getd mnnster lin my
ce'aft addrhiesses my ambition with.
"You iin lie ani uart isan ei tual to me
antd I wvill aidl you.'' lIe has my heart's
best love. TJhet abhsoluitely perfeet G od
add~rtesses my13 loft lest ambihitioni withI,
"Pe yepierfi et as I am11 perfect tand Mly
prioffered gramce, alIl-suilleient, is yours
for the askint"' It follows my hearit's
s;',rmne love w'.ells up to God. The
motst pr'oinienit thread in the warp is
"Love Godt with all your' hieart, nmind,
soul aind strength."'
God the Father of all-theni geog
lrauphy, na11tional boundarles, is aili mt teir
of thme head and not of the lieairt a ii
iuerchandise a commnodity in things
and no~t in men. Accordingly, ini the
beginniing of this era It was predies
tined a William L.loyd Garrison shoul
toll the death kniell of siavery'. Bud
dhiistic love is inidividualisqtie and does
no mighty deeds; Chr'istiani love is so
cial and doesi. It iniculentes love to the
necighibor .and unites to the true relig
ion the loftiest miorabui and Inspires
thme mightiest dleeds of man for man.
Thomas Hob~bes set the 10tlglishi
thinking world agog with, "Self-love
in tih only loe;. - tolra,bu -
iot love another." This cynic would
view the Samaritan's succor of the
wounded man not to mitigate his But
ferings, but himself to exhilarate in
power possessed. Adam Smith has
-shown with his pen what so many
have with their lives that sympathy
Is an11 integral part of our nature.
Sympathy, to feel with another, is a
Prerequisite of love. The tragic stimu
lates it. Accordingly, in the Christian
religion the death of Jesus is most
prominent. His betrayal, triple denial
by Peter, stripped of Ills robe, mocked,
scourged, carrying the cross, bound to
it, nailed; Ills agonizing cries, death,
bural-the whole is detailed with
minutiae. Add to this the remem
brance of a young man radiant with
hopes that are stilled; the long-for
Messiah, Son of God, founder of a
religion. whose life was all for human
wveal. cruelfled in the populous capital
of Ills nation as a malefactor, and the
tragedy of Calvary becomes patietle
in the extreme. If the Oberaimmergau
Play Is so heartrending, the love(d dis
ciples of Jesus must have had an ex
perience in pathos rarely felt by mor
tal. It is a wonder some of them did
not die from slicer pity.
To-day we observe Passion Week
and the forty days of Lent. Art, lit-.
erature and sermons picture the pa
thetic profile of J.,sus and melt our
hearts. The courageous man of Cal
vary is less viewed, and wisely so.
We need to be infused with the pas
sion of Jesus to give us the heart to
feel. The melted heart first.
Darwin ruled sympathy out of order
in this world of struggle. A recent
reputable sociologist shows how sym
ptthiy evidenced in mutual aid has
mae possible the life of the animate
vorld and the progress of main. .In
the highest form of life the offispring
is fewest and weakest. Pity absent.
and such would perish. God pitying
perishini 111mn brought redemption.
T sus muagnitfied sympathy. It melts
the heart to love. There is false syi
Pathy. A seet, the Jainists. so Pity yen
<mious insects as not to kill them. The
Doukliobors absurdly pity tile puflig
engine. Sentimentalists so pity the
perpetrators of horrible murder as to
foil justice; pareits their disobedient
child as to spare the rod and spoil.
False pIIhilthropists feed tile azy
and pauperize those who ought not to
eat hecnllso they do not work. We
lutist syimathize aright.
The woman who cares for the or
phan ; the nurse who ceases not her
vigils in the epidemile; the leighbor
who grants a loan to n deserving mnii
i a h111d place; the friend With his
fitly sApokenm wvord to lighteni the
-wieightedi heart andi gladlden lh record
ing angel-these a ro all illustrations of
.-,ympathizng a right. 'L'he hig.h4est Iarm
ithe poor syimipatIlizing witi tile rich
in their loneliness, and the rich with
11i: Por in their needs. Wheu tlhe
1ighest and lowest feel as one,'syil
SImthly lhas its perfV et Work. The heart
lius sympatietle will go downi in pity,
01ut iI love to eneie ls and up in love
t4o God. anl througriout envieth not.
Thius tills iimost blssedt faclty of tihi'
heart is plrie. We prae "L 01ove one
ancother wit a pure he:art. fervently."
Love, the most promillent tlread wall)
is ilore thaln "mri imoraity." Knowl
itdge of the gootL dts not OVer'(1lcle
thl inertia to its doing. T1e impt-ra
tives of duty ilmust ho divinely spokent
aild warimued. It's not t ie aet. but the
motive thai; gives quaity. The love
of (God to us in Christ .csus drcnvi'ng
us into fellowship with lt initnite
hert imparts the highest quality to our
Hate is another thread In the v.rp.
Wev have eamrnied advanced umiivt rity
deg'rees inl this neomplisliielt. Inl
stacei civil wars anid religious inquisi
tions. Th'iere is an Orientalism in
't'hugismi whose votaries wvorship the
sword as the Greek his Icon. Killing
is wvorip wherein they (10 tile will
of thleir gotiless. Aseeticism could
imve a pattent olfice all its own for in
sumnenits oIf ilagella tioni devisedl to
scourge' moniks into hatred of this
beautiful world. Count the numbiiler of
t hose you hat'. We nacturailly lov'e
fr'ienids and hate e'nezmies. From
Chirist wve leatrn to hate aright.
Tiu' Phiarisce's law was: "lHe holy,
as tilt Lord your God Is holy."' Jetsus
::at at meat ini a Phairisee's hous'.
Th'lere wetre good Phaimrisees. Tfherei
wvere others whomt the Mater'i brandediL~
as ".geni'ration of vipers, stralining ait
ai gnat antI swallowing ai (aml; wvith
out whited sepulihres, and full of
dtead men('s hones0 withinu."' Not the
Ph'iarisetes, hut their sins, J1esus hiatted.
The cross shcows (God's iimmueasur'able
hactredt o1 sin. Paul deivereid the most
Stroiyt'r 0f soul. To de(ibei'ht sinu as
thle glory 0ofli: th iiperfc1't is wVors'e
t hatn cii dnal. .We ought to hacite sint
withi all passion.
Worku'l is ai promiinent threadl~ in the
warp'l. Love, hiate, feair aret emiot ionali .
Jhnii Wtesley, in his expe'riencie ol'
icaving faith. says the' heart was
atr'angely warmed. The Sermnonon the
feel inugs lhav'~e rca red the g'ea t fa iths.
"(Out of tih' a hiumi:iiue of' the heart
thei mlouth spteitkethi."' Tonursi'5'out' feel
ingi ftor i htemselveis is irreli gious.
They muttst issue ini nets. Hunger leads
u15 to eat. not forii thle tit1Ilatiton of' th'.
1palactte. but t) re(slt lost t issuet awlh
-om plhtte thle body. Thle blessing oft
huigtring and thirisiinig af'ter i''ht
coulsnesisc1 iln teaing to thle ac(t Iivity
that tills us with theii fullness of' God.
Trut' tchara-t er is witin . But "'n!
man livthi to him nself." "LJet your
Iiliht sh ine'' is the' 'i) 11 commam to obc
It'fy thait (harter (Ii. ~lTo be steen, it
mullst bie ini good wouks, andm thiose best
seen are' to men''s bodily nieedls. Fh'in'
imosynacry pirovisions must. always
Whly Ho Studiedl tho hUtble.
TIb'he 'e. Rtussell PHigi'iow Poplie. of
lie Methotdist IEpiseupal (Chureb,. who
recenitly (lied ini his sixtiethm year', ar
complshed that whichi seems almost to
lbe beyond belief, Ile rend the Blh'o
through 150 times, thirty-eighit times
mlade lis 0own1 'onctordantlce, and could
give alimost tiny cha~pter and verse in
any part of the Bible ait call. For forty
years lhe rend te Greek Testamet'
thrbugh carefully once a <puarter. llis
r'eason for this close anid neeurai':ite
searchling of the scr'iptui'es is given by
Dr1. Pope0 in the Christian Advoeate, as
follows: "Onice upon a tint I called
at a. drug store andt~ asked for a certin
meidielnet. The clerk went to the back
of the stor'e and laidi his hand on the
unmarked viatl. 'HowV dot you know
that this is thie mnedicine I inquitetd
for?' ie replied, 'I kniow my store.'
and theni I matde up my mind that I
watIld know the entire Wnged likn that.,'
WITH THE WILD DUCKS.
The Common VarietIes Can Rarely Be
By the river, the lake, and the
swamp, wlIere the tall grasses and
reeds a1re sighing in the wind, an In
teresting company of birds is gather
ing. Perhaps we have iiade the ac
quaintance of some of them in spring
when they went north--taey are the
wild ducks. Do not expect them to
allow you so close a friendship as the
robin and other birds that people do
not often harm. For the ducks, You
remember, are great game birds, aina
so they have a (read of everything
that looks at all like a shooter. So
hide ncar the water and watch them
from a distance. If we keep still'and
out of sight, they may conie quite
close. Most of the drakes are hand
somely colored, while the ducks are
generally grayish and look a good
deal alike at a little distance. When
you see One distinctly marked, black
next to white, or any very dark and
light colors which meet without blend
ing, you may )e )Iretty sure it is a
(Ira ke. Three of the kinds we see
most often are showln in the heading
-the scaup, the mallard, and the pin
tail. Others are the teal, which you
may know at a glance, they are so
small; the widgeon, wood-duck, shov
eler, black duck, bnldpate, golden
eye, hufflehead, and the lorgansors,
If you succced in getting acquaint
ed with several of these you will (10
well. t needs patience and good eyes,
rEn( if you can a(dd to these an opera
glass, you will be still better fitted
To sta! lluicks near the shore in
01n water, approach them by short
stages whenever all are under water
it once. A (hick will usually renail
under water about half a minute; in
the meantlime you have covered a hun
dred feet or more of ground, and
concealed yourself as much as pos
sible, allowing only an opening to
watch from. SomNetimes one finhds a
feetding-grounIid whe re he can hide aind
Wait for the duclks to come. This is
the best w-y to observe them at (lose
r-ge. 1 knew of a smnall pr.mnd, sur
rollned by willows and other bush
-s, where scaup-(du-c(s came every day
to feed. While waiting beside the
pnd I have seen a flock of ducks
sail cdown over the water only a hunl
dred feet from me, tiiu tuilni a11d,
coinlug back, repeat tile perforiiance.
As they svoo')ed dow" with set. wings
and making a loud. swishing noise,
they were a fine sight, well worth an
Although duc1s are very wary- and
alert, they do not readily see danger
when they are about to alight in the
wa t er. This a ppears t he a rather
diflikult act, for it seems to engage
their entire attention.
The ios.t. common 111nds of duicks
can rarely be seen1 closely. Even thc
black duck is not ofteln to he studied,
except. at an aggravating distance, al
hough he is found in every marsh. It
is n common sayin; that water lea ves
no' trail. But where some blak duek
had been plumilng and sunning tihem
selves I have Iread the story very
plainly in tlie water, where numerous
small, dlowny feat hers floated anud
clung to thie g rassy, I ussocks.
In a lagoon, in ,Jackson Park, Chi
cago, where no0 shooting is allowed,
iie dlucks are r-emark~ably tamie;
though on Lake Michigan, a quariter
of a mile away, they aire hiunted and
are wild. There are other places
wnere dlucks find safe retreats fromi
shooters, anid in these they soonl be
come very tame.-From Natlure aind
Secence , ini St. Nicholas.
Valuable Military Recordr.
The inavy dlepartnment libraryv has
recently conie into the possession of
some valuable docume nta ry relics,
Those incluide the old papem s of Guert
Gansevoort. consisting of diaries,
journals and official correspondence
which have boon retained ini the famn
ily feor maniy :.ears aiid which are
now ac:uir'ed from the estate-in New
York city:. The papeirs reia te for the
most5 !)art to the Northwest bounda-y
troubles and showv that the situnation
between this country and Gr-eat BrI
talin apphroached p~eilotisly near the
state of wvar. TJhue library- has also
acquried the Iteyiiolds papers wvhich
emblrace the pieriod of thle civil wvar
and i ncluide seine val ualhe list orical
documents decipltivye of the situna
lion abr-oadl. Thew pa pers have been
obtained froiu descendants of lley
uolds who nowv live in Roebicster, N.
Y. Still another acquisit ion ot v-alue
is t hat which includes t he diaries of
Flag Oflicer- Willin~ Mlervine, cover
inug a long pe'ri od beginininug withI lie
war- of I18~12 anid desciibin g thle situna
tion oii thie A frieaii coast ini the early
daysi of thle slave truado.
Would Lear-n New Songs.
A IKansas City lawyer has ini his
ciflce a small boy' who is addicted to
t he whistling habit. Th'e lawyer tries
to stop) thle whistling, buit he is only
p)artially' suc-cessful. 'Thle noise liothI
eirs him greatly, but as the lad is a
good office hony his employv-r is loath
to (dischlarge him and gets along with
him thle best he can. Monday thle b~oy
said to fthe lawyer:
"Mr. Blank, kin I draw half a dol
lar? I want to go to the minstrel
"Any new songs being sung in the
showv?" asked the lawvyer.
"'Yep, some dlandy onles."
"'I'll tell you what I'll (10,'' said the
lawyer, after a pause. "if you won't
go to the minstrel shiow l'll let yott
draw half a dollar and make you a
pr1esent of another half."
The hoy accepted the offer and the
lawvyer is nowv piding himself oin his
success as a strategist.--Kansas City
Tho gul name of thc
Is psinted on the froi
The Genuine- Syrup
Knowing the above
tions made by piratical c
dealers. The imitations
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine a,
It.cleanses the system gen
when bilious or -constipi
kidneys, liver, stomach an
by men, women or child
effects from actual use an
laxative retnedy of the w
Alwayt buy the G<
BOY'S TERRIBLE ECZEMA
M1ouith an~d Eyes Covered WllithCrt.
lland l'inet Downl-Mhmet
uiolous Cur-4 by Onteura.
"When my little hoy wa si"r month1
old he haxd eczema. 'lie sores extended
So quickly over the whole bodiy that we at
once called in the doctor. We then went
to another dottolr, but lie cOUld not heir
hin. and in our des)airI Ave went to A
thirI one. Matters becamie so- bad that
lie had regular holes in his eheek., hau-.a
enou4h to ptt ta finger into. The food
had to be given with a spool, for hit
Imutith was cov red with criusts as thiec,
as a finger, and whieevier.l he opened ile
m1outh they begal to bleed and suIpuratq
1s did also his eyei,. Ilands, auins. ches
and back, in short, the whole hody, wa
cove'redl over -!nd Wver. \e had no rcs
by day or night. Whenever lie was LI
in his bd we had to pin his hanis down
otherwise he vould scratch his ftee, am
make an open sore. I think his face mus
have i tched muo.<t fearfully.
"We finially thought, nothing coumd heir
atnd I hand made up my mind to send m;:
wife with she e'.ild to EuArope, hoping tha
the sea air might eure hinm, otherwise hx
was to be puit under 'rood medical car
here. But, Lord he blessed, matters camn
dlifferent.'y, and we soon saw a miracle. I
friend of our spoke about Cuticura. \V
miade a triaxl with Cuticura Soap, Otint
ment and Iesolvenit, and within ten day
or two weeks we noticed a decided im,
pirovemtent. Just as quickly as the sick
ness had ap~pearedl it also began to disap
pear1. and within tent weeks the child was
absolutely well, and his skin was smooth
and white as nmever before. F. Hlohrath,
President of the C. L. llohr'ath Company,
Alanufacturers of Silk Ribbons, 4 to 20
Rink Alley, South Bethlehem. Pa. June
Catarrh Cannot nto Curcet
WIth OcAl, APPl'ICA'rross, as thtov cannot
leach t he sont of tho dliseaso. Catarrh is at
bliod or consiIet itial dilsease. and lin order
to euro It you muist tae intrnali remnedies.
Iiall's Cat arrh Cure is taken internally, and
acts direetiy on thei blood andte muoussurfae
Ilall's Caxtarrh Cure isnot a tiuack medIcine,
11 wag tirueribedl by one of the best physi
clans t ts country lor years, andt Is a rog
ular preriptionI. It is (omphlosLed of the
be onic( knxow*n. comblline~d wth the best
blood puriller.e, acting~ dIrectly on thto mu
cous sutrfates. The perfect combhintion of
the ' 'vo ingrpeilenits, is whabxt prloduceOs suoli
woe' 'rfulI resit it in curing catarrh. $euml
lort e 3xst ti h Is, free'.
1'. .3. (Cny.n:v & C;o., Prc)o., Tole-do 0.
,' bLk by dru'ggisr's, price, 750h.
'oak hal's Faumilyi Pills ;or constipatio-a
Sending Meosages In Paris.
TVhe telphone system of ParIsq
leaves conid(erable to be dleslred aind
meetsa withl const ant coimplaInt on the
part of Ih si ubscibers. One of the
latt er endleavored to test. the speed
of the var'ionsi means of communica
tIon of the city, sending messages in
dlfferent. ways from his roomn In the
Rlue RIchel ieu, In the centrte of the
city, to a friend on the Avenue de la
Grnde Armte, near the Hohs do
iolehogne. He found t hut a bIcycle
m uensenger had made the trip) In 11
minutes and 15 secondst, as compar-.
edi with 23 minutes for a cnh. A mes
sarge seit v-la t he Mo' ropllItan Ril.
'Joy requlred 31 nimiuten, by omnIbus
34 mInutes, a telegram 36 mintutes, a
message biy the pneumatIc tube threo
hours, whIle th-e message sent by
telephone dId not arrive at all-Har.
I er's; Weekly.
K(lccne Gawni--I-s there a more
beaitlful Epectacle on cartih that the
mon risIng full -orbod from theO
peCefu'il bosomt of the lakle?
Glladda K1st er-No, Indleed! I could
alt here hour aift eg hour waItIng for
Pl'iCeman (riuddenly appearIng)
lIi! there! youxng felly! Tle'ke y'r' ar
rum away fr'm -that g'yurl's wvalsht or
P'11 nun vez in.-EYlcago Tribune.
!)yrup of Pigj
is Manufactured by t
ia Fig Syrup Co.
company, Catifornia lPig Syrup
-at of ever-y pasckage of the gen
of Figs- is for Sale, In Origir
by Reliable Druggists Every,
will enable one to avoid the fraudulen1
oncerns and sometimes offered by ui
are known to act fijuriously and
vays if you wish to get its beneficial
:ly yet effectually, dispels colds and he
Lted, prevents fevers and acts best
I bowels, when a laxative remedy is
-en. Many millions know of its b
I of their own personal knowledge. I
nuine- Syrup of Figs
MANUFACTURED 3Y THE
TOc= HOW CMrs = Xorn
PRICX,4 2.5 Cts
TO CURE THE GRIP
-.IN ONE DAY
PN[ GRIP, B
I won't call Ar
1L45101j1 r . Call foYur
A. 111 Dieni
IVALSBY & CO.
41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, G6.
Po0rtable and Stationartiy
_! - - - - !1
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
Complte linea Carried in ilock for
IMMEDIATE DELIV1ER Y.
Best biachinery, Lowest Prices and Best Terma
Wr ite us for catalogue, prices,
etc., before buy ing.
To be Given for Reliable Information
W,: have set aside
to be spent for information and wii
give five dollars for a PosTAL, CARD
giving the first reliable news of a
eu st r, within our range ofer . We ""i'
noc ant inquiries at this time :oi vertica!.
ENC1NES AND BOILERS
bolr ada by nay one manufacturing concern In
ATLAS ENCINE WORKS
mvIUa age.ninatlt eues INO IA NA POLIS
eat and Portable Itileu.
'l@ W.hompON'SEye Water
EXAMINE EVERY INCH
OFTHE SHOE YOU
ARE GOING TO
LESS THAN. warTE
YOUR INTHE L,
Are LEA T H E----T HL
ME8T et' It, too. ALg..
THMOU@H they are
EVERYT HING that
.ou emand.ood Shou~
t is the
iUARlANTME ED TO CURE
COLD, HEADACHE AND IEURALGIL
t- Orl One to a dealer who wo't Guarnrit. I
ter, M.D., MautanLurr. Spr4igi'eld, Me.
aPec- i rni
YcIds Per Acre Above Par
It is a well known fact thazt cotton,
or any other crop, prod1u,c(d with \'ir
ginin-Carolina leertilizers willl bring
tho hi host ftoniblo prieo on the mar
kot. akc cenithiy, atronig well-do-.
Veloped, early cotton. with hull grown
bolis on the irttit litnhs at the base as
wvoll as all the way u ito tho ver top
find tip ends5of the lrnwIcs o h
cotton plants, by ilierally using
'They contain all the materials noces
sary to supj>l to our landi the ele.
monte whichinao ieen takena from it.
brptdculitivation year after year.
'y or ~1fetlzr il reatl y "incronso
rto m r ie~lAccopt no sub-.
Vlrginla-Carolina Chemical Co.
Ilichmond. Va. Atlanta. Ont
Norfolk, Va. Savannah, Oa.
Durham. N. C. M ontgomf~y ,Ala.
SCharleston, P. 0. Memphis, 'In
i Baltimore, Md. Shrevoport, La.
Yhe Opportunity oI a Life Time
lI yout wfint y~ou2r entity for the cech.Iive
sale oIf the NIChnlSi liumian~e-Mafty Ilm-niC
anid Nichld l'atent iletachers, wrtite at,~
(once. M% e wi ll .I you the cou nty righlit at a
r(asobOle~li 'rice, and youi enn iaklfe InIIre
21( I1Iy. and maske It easier and qu ickc r t hani
Vo vr 1li Ii taI)r lf t 'ti oi inN
on Elio l~for~ 1( 24 ppoSI~~llrt unity gl 1by.
H ALL L 'FALl
Beat Couh yrup. ates(ood. Use -
IN ,In Ink.d yduigsa
Y O YUY
R3 i~i EFEUSING TO
6'?. LaOui. U. . A.